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In far too many instances, couples neglect to plan for what medical treatment they might receive or who might have control over their personal assets once they become incapable of doing it themselves. Through a Power of Attorney, Health Care Directive, or by voluntary guardianship's, individuals can direct who will control life decisions made on their behalf in the event of incompetence or temporary or permanent disability

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